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Change DVD fab from saving temp from c: to d: is that possible?

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by topppps, Nov 12, 2007.

  1. topppps

    topppps Member

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    Ive looked and it keeps making me save the file to c: where there isnt enough room, anyone have a similar problem with that?
     
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    Hi, easy 2 solve. In your D hdd, make a new file as STAR WARS FAB (eg u r backing up SW). When u use fab, in the destination(or target)( the little folder to the right of the target) look up in D drive the new folder created and click ok. Now u have the destination u want as opposed to the default destination programmed into fab. Hope this helps.
     
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    yeah if you change the "target source" destination to d; it doesnt write it to the disc and you have to go back to it after its wrote the image and tell it to write it to the disc
     
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    I know it's a couple of extra keystrokes, but your fingers will say thank you and so will your full hdd
     
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    I imagine from the title "Change DVD fab from saving temp from c: to d:" the OP is talking about where the TEMP files are stored, not the destination.

    Every program I have allows you to choose where the TEMP files go. DVDfab is no exception. Go into Settings and change it to where ever you want.
     

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